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Nursing Process Focus:
Patients Receiving Phenelzine (Nardil)

|Assessment |Potential Nursing Diagnoses |
|Prior to administration: |Sorrow, Chronic related to |
|Obtain complete medical history including allergies, neurological , |depressive state. |
|cardiac, renal, biliary, and mental disorders including blood |Thought Processes, Disturbed related to |
|studies: CBC, platelets and liver enzymes,. |effects of drug therapy |
|Obtain patient’s drug history to determine possible drug interactions|Adjustment, Impaired related to inadequate |
|and allergies |drug effectiveness. |
|Obtain 24 hour dietary history to identify |Knowledge, Deficient, related to drug |
|tyramine containing foods ingested |action and side effects. |
|recently |Suicide, Risk for related to inadequate drug |
|Assess neurological status, including identification of recent mood |effectiveness. |
|and behavioral patterns |Hopelessness related to emotional state. |
|Planning: Patient Goals and Expected Outcomes…...

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